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Oxfordshire County Council’s legal team could be saying a permanent goodbye to filing after successfully completing their first ‘paperless’ case.
In the second installment on emotional health for lawyers, Julian Hall takes a look at the behaviours that undermine our sense of wellbeing
Robyn Allardice-Bourne examines a new book on the role of ethics in the legal profession which is timely in light of the ‘A Question of Trust’ campaign launched by the SRA and the new, more flexible, Code of Conduct.
Mena Ruparel answers key questions concerning the online divorce pilot.
Karen Dovaston provides some insight into Nottingham’s online divorce pilot.
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The Law Society’s Library discusses what to do when your client loses his wife (literally) and wants to get divorced.
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Angela Jackman, Simpson Millar
Family judge says so-called cross courting is increasingly becoming a problem.
Just one in ten family law clients choose to go directly to a barrister for advice, partly due to a widespread belief that barristers charge more than solicitors.
Campaign group the Transparency Project issues guidance to help families understand when, why and how their case might be published.